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I) How many such boxes can be put in the stores?

II) What are the dimensions of the box?

A) $(i)1250(ii)15cm$

B) $(i)1000(ii)15cm$

C) $(i)1250(ii)25cm$

D) $(i)1000(ii)25cm$

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for given questions. This two information is already given this question using formula and substitute the values and find the

answer.

Number of boxes that store can contain $ = \dfrac{{{\text{Volume of cubical store}}}}{{{\text{Volume of 1 box}}}}$

In given in the question is

Volume of the boxes = $15625c{m^3}$

Side of cubical store $2.5m = 2.5 \times 100cm = 250cm$ (We will change the meter to centimeter we will multiply $100$ )

Volume of cubical store $ = {(side)^3} = {(250)^3} = 15625000c{m^3}$

Thus, number of boxes that store can contain $ = \dfrac{{{\text{Volume of cubical store}}}}{{{\text{Volume of 1 box}}}} =

\dfrac{{15625000}}{{15625}} = 1000$

Dimension of the box $ = 15625c{m^3}$

$

\Rightarrow sid{e^3} = 15625c{m^3} \\

\Rightarrow side = \sqrt[3]{{15625c{m^3}}} = \sqrt[3]{{25 \times 25 \times 25c{m^3}}} = 25cm

$

Side of the box is $ = 25cm$

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